The epidemiological situation in January-November 2018 was characterized by an increase in the incidence of viral hepatitis (by 12.1%), pediculosis
(by 6.2%) and acute respiratory viral infections (by 6%).
Olusturdugu enfestasyona "pediculosis
" (bitlenme) denir.
La prevalencia de la pediculosis
fue de alrededor de un 70% en el rodeo de hembras afectadas, mientras que en los toros fue cercano al 35 %, incidiendo mas en los bovinos de capa clara (marron) que en los de capa oscura (negra).
Viral (herpes zoster, wart) and parasitic infections (scabies, pediculosis
) in diabetic patients were found in 13 and 11 cases, respectively.
pubis, also known as pubic lice, or "crabs," is an infestation of Phthirus pubis.
The most common viral infection was verruca, the most common bacterial infection was impetigo, the most common superficial fungal infection was pityriasis versicolor, and the most common parasitic infection was pediculosis
Parasitic infestation was the most common skin manifestation, seen in 56 patients, of which 38 had pediculosis
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, infestations of lice (pediculosis
and pthiriasis) are spread most commonly by close person-to-person contact.
In this study, the leading morbidities observed that 35.5% of the children were having skin problems (scabies, hypopigmented patches over the face, rashes, and infectious wounds), 28.3% were having dental problems (dental caries, fluorosis), 12.9% were having scalp problems (dandruff, pediculosis
), 11.6% were having ear problems (wax, ear discharge), 5.7% were having upper respiratory problems (DNS, polyp, congestion), 3.9% were having eye problems (refractive error, bitot spots), and 2.3% were having other problems (pain abdomen, dysmenorrhea) (Table 2).
Exposure patterns were as follows: oral intake for suicide attempts in 60 patients (75%), occupational exposure during spraying for pest control in the field in 11 patients (13.8%), accidental oral intake along with food in five patients (6.2%), and wiping on head as a treatment for pediculosis
in four patients (5%).